If you are a bit nosy like me and wander around Norwich wondering what some of the buildings are like inside - well now's your chance to do a bit of snooping.
From 10th -13th September many buildings around Norwich will be open to the public as part of the Heritage Open Days scheme, celebrating local architecture and culture by offering free accesss and events.
This will include guided tours, exhibitions, talks, family activities, music, window displays, dance performances. You will be able to look around buildings which are usually closed to the public or which usually charge, such as private homes, churches, city centre shops, restaurants and pubs, offices and workplaces and museums and tourist attractions.
Brochures can be picked up at various venues throughout Norwich such as tourist information offices, libraries, post offices and cafes and shops, or go to www.heritagecity.org/hods
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